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Tehran

پروین هانی طبائی در سال 1336 متولد شد . تحصیلات خود را در دانشگاه تهران ، هنرهای زیبا و دانشکده ی هنر و معماری گذرانده است و چاپ دستی را به صورت حرفه ای ادامه داده و به تدریس در این زمینه مشغول و عضو هیأت علمی دانشکده ی هنر و معماری دانشگاه آزاد اسلامی واحد تهران مرکز می باشد .

کتاب حکاکی و چاپ چوب را به زبان فارسی تالیف کرده است . او نمایشگاه های متعددی به صورت انفرادی و گروهی در ایران ، دانمارک ، سوئد ، انگلیس و ترکیه داشته است . وی از تکنیک چاپ چوب در آثارش به صورت گسترده ای اسفاده کرده و چوب را به عنوان ماده ی اصلی کار خود انتخاب و از آن بهره ی زیادی برده است . بافت چوب تقریبا در تمام آثار او مشهود است و با مفاهیم آثارش هماهنگی ایجاد می کند .

دریا ، آسمان ، درخت ، پرندگان و به طور کلی طبیعت و فضای زندگی ایرانی موضوع اصلی آثارش را تشکیل می دهد .

چاپ چوب

از قدیمی ترین شیوه های چاپ دستی در دنیا است و ابتدا در چین و سپس ژاپن و در اواخر قرن نوزده در اروپا توسط بسیاری از هنرمندان مانند گوگن ، مونش و . . . نوآوری های زیادی در این شیوه به وجود آمد . تاریخ این چاپ در ایران به قرن شانزده میلادی برمی گردد . از این شیوه برای مهر یا نشان استفاده می شد و بعدها بیشتر به چاپ تصاویر کتاب پرداخته شده است . در طی قرون هنرمندان بسیاری از این شیوه برای بیان هنر خود استفاده کرده اند ، اگر به طور ساده این شیوه را توضیح دهیم ابتدا طرح را بر روی چوب منلسب کشیده و یا کپی می کنیم و سپس با چاقوها و مغارهای مخصوص قسمت هایی از طرح را حکاکی کرده و بعد با غلتک مرکب را روی قسمت های برجسته کشیده و در انتها بر روی کاغذ پرس می کنیم . مواد و ابزاری که در این شیوه استفاده می شود از قرن ها پیش تغییر چندانی نکرده است ، مزیت این شیوه ایجاد بافت و تُن های دراماتیک و یا کنتراست سیاه و سفید با استفاده از خصوصیت چوب می باشد . 

افتتاح نمایشگاه چاپ چوب پروین هانی طبایی مورخ جمعه دهم آذر ماه 1391 می باشد و تا چهارشنبه پانزدهم آذر ماه ادامه دارد . از شما علاقمندان گرامی دعوت می شود از این نمایشگاه بازدید نمایید .  

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